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House Trained Puppy Pooping Inside

My 11 month old blue nose Pit Bull has been potty trained pretty much since the day we got him at 6 weeks old, but now he won't stop pooping in the house. He won't pee inside. I let him out whenever he wants until he's ready to come in, which sometimes can be up to a hour. He will usually just end up sniffing around our yard, pee, come back in and a few minutes later he'll poop in the house. He shows no sign of injury or illness.
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October 11, 20170 found this helpful
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You can try the following:

Step 1
Don't punish for accidents.

Step 2
Praise him when he does the right thing.

Step 3
Clean up all areas with an enzyme cleaner to remove the scent.

Step 4
Take away food between meals.

Step 5
Adhere to a strict meal/walking schedule.

Step 6
Crate him if necessary.

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October 12, 20170 found this helpful

Trained dog pooping in the house.

Step 1
Does he do it when you leave him alone it could be seperation anxiety.

Step 2
You should see the vet in case there is a health problem you can't see.

Step 3
You have to be patient when re-training.

Step 4
Think if there is any changes in your dogs surroundings and schedule.

Step 5
Stick to a strict shedule feeding and walking times should be the same everyday.

Step 6
Feed your dog less but more often.

Step 7
You can punish him by withholding affection

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Step 8
Praise him and give treats when he goes outside.

Step 9
He needs a refresher course in training.

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